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We run a proxy with varnish and stunnel and are curious to see if it is possible to use a wildcard certificate on stunnel to encrypt the OWA and then leave all otehr SSL off on the IIS server. So we will have the wildcard for the OWA and no certificate beyond that?

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Matt VCommented:
I believe if you only bind the OWA site to the SSL port, then you should not have any issues implementing your plan.

If the IIS sites are not bound to 443, they will not respond or be usable with the cert.

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mxrider_420Author Commented:
please clairify your last comment.

im justa  bit confused where you said " the IIS sites are not bound to 443, they will not respond or be usable with the cert."

so basically im torn between a UCC and wildcard certificate and cant make up my mind (ps. we dont use POP or IMAP)
Matt VCommented:
In the configuration of each IIS website, there is an option to bind the site to certain ports.  If the sites that do not require SSL are not bound to 443, then they will not respond to https:// requests.

A UCC cert is basically a wild card cert that only has so many hostnames supported.  It is generally cheaper than a full out wildcard cert as well.
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mxrider_420Author Commented:
Great, thanks for the help.

so does this proceedure look correct to complete this question:

New-ExchangeCertificate -GenerateRequest -Path c:\webmail_domain_com.csr -KeySize 2048 -SubjectName "c=CA, s=Ontario, l=Toronto, o=ourcompany, ou=IT," -DomainName,, Mail.domain.local, domain.local,,, Mail -PrivateKeyExportable $True
Matt VCommented:
I'm not versed on the actual powershell command, but the domain prefixes look to be correct.
mxrider_420Author Commented:
Power Shell commands needed. thanks
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